Wales

Welcome to Business in the Community Cymru

We are The Prince’s Responsible Business Network in Wales - a business-led membership organisation made up of progressive businesses of all sizes from all over Wales who understand that the prosperity of business and society are mutually dependent.
 
In the spirit of being a responsible business, our members in Wales are signed up to

  • Being the best they can be in delivering social, environmental and economic sustainability across all areas of their business
  • Join with other businesses to bring together their collective strength and be a force for good​

We're stronger together so why not join us?

We are a growing movement and now work with over 200 companies in Wales from SMEs to leading brands. We offer tailored advice and support to help companies to improve their responsible business practices, to align them with local social issues where they can really make a difference, along with the Welsh policy agenda. We also offer a variety of ways for companies to come together to collaborate on key social issues as well as learn from each other. For example

  • Find out how our members are supporting future generations through strategic partnerships with education through Business Class
  • Find out how we are connecting business with the third sector to create vibrant places through our Community Conversations 
  • Find out how we are helping companies create diverse and inclusive workforces through the Veterans Employment Group

Age at Work

Business in the Community Cymru wants to encourage and support businesses to build age-friendly workplaces where older employees can thrive. We have formed a partnership with Age Cymru to support employers through the Age at Work programme, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund.

Under the key strands of retention, retraining and recruitment, Age at Work will work with employers to develop a more age-inclusive workplace and understand the benefits of an intergenerational workforce. It will also support older workers (aged 50 plus) who want to remain in work. It highlights the need to begin preparation for work in later life and retirement at an earlier stage.

For further information about the programme, please contact Jill Salter, Age at Work Programme Manager/Rheolydd Rhaglen Pobl Hŷn yn y Gweithle.

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